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When Chinese-language interpreter Gaia (Francesca Cuttica) is offered a job that pays a fortune, she can't believe her luck. This time, however, is going to be a little different. After being escorted to a secret location in Rome, she is locked inside a pitch-black room where she is asked to interpret the harsh interrogation of the eponymous 'Wang'. Who is Wang and what does he want? Disturbed by the way the interrogation is conducted by the domineering Inspector Curti (Ennio Fantastichini, Loose Cannons), Gaia demands that the lights are switched on. Only upon seeing Wang, does Gaia realise why the job has come with so much mystery and subterfuge. And that she may be in way over her head...
Inspired by audience-faithful cult Sci-Fi classics THE TWILIGHT ZONE and THE X FILES, Marco and Antonio Manetti's THE ARRIVAL OF WANG welcomes a new and refreshing look at the genre, with unexpected twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat...
Interview with Manetti Bros. & Francesca Cuttica at FrightFest 2012
The Making of The Arrival of Wang
It is not even a B-movie, but rather a C-Movie. Possibly a serie noire film. The actors are definitely 3rd grade as is all the restPublished 21 months ago by Paul van Bergen
First 90 minutes - hmm, interesting allegorical take on xenophobia, prejudice and compassion?
Last 15 minutes - erm, no. The worst, most juvenile sci-fi effects ever seen. Read more
This film is similar to the film SUS. A translator is blindfolded then taken to a dark room, where she interviews a unknown person, it turns out this person is a alien, the alien... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mr. I. Hammond
Loved the creature found the acting stilted and weak. Story line would be great as a remake by Hollywood or Asian cinema.Published on 19 Jun. 2013 by bigfella